White joins firm's Insurance Law Practice Group

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 Attorney Warren J. White recently joined Plunkett Cooney, one of the Midwest’s oldest and largest law firms, as a member of its Insurance Law Practice Group.


A member of the firm’s Bloomfield Hills office, White represents insurance companies in complex coverage matters, including claims related to environmental contamination, construction defects, product liability and claims involving allegations of bad faith, personal injury and advertising injury. 

In addition to his insurance law practice, White has experience working in various areas of corporate and healthcare-related matters, including acquisitions, commercial development, privately-held stock purchases and sales, contract disputes and employment matters. 

A member of the State Bar of Michigan, the Association of Corporate Counsel and the American Bar Association, White received his law degree, magna cum laude, from University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 2009. While there, he served as the Law Review’s Editor-In-Chief and received numerous academic awards, including book awards in trademarks and unfair competition, and criminal procedure. White received his undergraduate degree from Western Michigan University in 2006.

Plunkett Cooney is recognized as one of the nation’s leading law firms for insurance coverage litigation. Several members of the firm’s Insurance Law Practice Group have been awarded the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation. In addition to their litigation expertise, Plunkett Cooney attorneys work with their clients to develop new insurance products and to address emergent theories of legal liability. 

Established in 1913, Plunkett Cooney employs 150 attorneys in nine Michigan cities, Columbus, Ohio and Indianapolis, Indiana. The firm, which provides a range of transactional and litigation services, has achieved the highest rating (AV) awarded by Martindale-Hubbell, a leading, international directory of law firms.

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